Oklahoma football is a national brand, but Sooners coaches prefer targeting in-state and regional prospects, who have a deeper connection to the school.
OU coach Bob Stoops, speaking to reporters at the conclusion of the season, said he has no problem with the way he and his crew are piecing together their future squad.
Oklahoma State has had one of its most successful runs ever. However, the surge has not paid dividends in in-state recruiting where the Sooners still own the Sooner State.
Patient approach seems to be paying off for the Oklahoma Sooners as the 2013 football recruiting class takes shape
SoonerNation evaluates and grades the OU coaches on their offensive recruiting efforts during the six-week spring evaluation period.
Jenks, Okla., receiver Jordan Smallwood committed to the Oklahoma Sooners on the same day that he received an offer.